Peter Durie, services manager, Red Hat Australia, said, "We are very excited about the partnership with ACS. This is further proof that Linux has a strong and certain future in the Australian enterprise, and that the RHCE certification is highly regarded by the industry."
According to Red Hat, Linux server shipments have been continuing to increase, and skilled people are in demand. As Red Hat is a leading Linux distribution, its Linux certifications are in demand, according to the company.
ACS members can go to https://www.apac.redhat.com/training to conduct a pre-assessment to determine which Red Hat training course will best meet their needs, based on current skill level. Members can also register for training at the same address and should quote RHACS, together with their ACS membership number in the special offer code field, to redeem the discount.
ACS national president, Edward Mandla, said, "This is a great initiative and provides an outstanding benefit for our members. We are looking forward to extending the partnership with Red Hat into other areas beyond training."